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Sold for $12,000: Tackling child trafficking in Kyrgyzstan

September 2008, Focus on the Most Disadvantaged Children and Families of Kyrgyzstan

July 2007, New Village School in Southern Kyrgyzstan Gets Community Involved and Keeps Children Close to Home

June 2007, When Children Say “We Can Do That”

May 2007, The First Sense of Life – the Breath And Warmth of ... Father

November 2006, Jalalabad day-care centre offers new life for children with special needs and their parents

November 2006, Every Kyrgyz child can now join the Magic Journey

October 2006, Pictures tell the story behind the numbers

September 2006, Young Kyrgyz Journalists Interview their President

July 2006, Kyrgyz communities unite to help children stay in school

July 2006, Counselling eases the pain for troubled children in Kyrgyzstan

June 2006, Fortified food can significantly improve child survival in Kyrgyzstan

June 2006, Laying the foundation for the rights of Kyrgyz children

June 2006, Art Therapy – A new tool to help traumatized children in Kyrgyzstan

May 2006, New study reveals education concerns in Kyrgyzstan

July 2005, After the Flood

September 2005, Young people in Kyrgyzstan learn how to get involved and take action

September 2004, Kyrgyz youth thrilled at Blatter's visit to Bishkek, where FIFA head opens new football stadium

September 2004, A kindergarten in Batken broke a barrier by accepting a mentally impaired child

September 2004, Strengthening schools to prevent child exploitation amid rising poverty

September 2004, A new school roof unites a community and makes for better learning

September 2004, Batken is famous for rocky soil, apricots...and Radio Salam

November 2002, ‘Double Protection’

November 2002, A Little Help Was Needed To Be A Happy Family

November 2002, Alina, Gulnara, Tilek now Live at Home

November 2002, The Way Home

August 2002, Two Boys – One World

2001, Radio waves supporting girls: FM education in Kyrgyzstan

 

 
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